Why Aren't We Talking About Working-Class Americans of Color?

November 29, 2016 Monika Greenhow

After the election, much of the discussion has been focused on working-class voters, but many of these discussions are heavily focused on white working-class voters and they largely leave out working-class voters of color. But if you look deeper, the economic anxiety that was said to be a driving force for those white working class voters is stronger for people of color and it isn't being talked about that much at all.

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